Kaenon Ladera Ultra Polarized Sunglasses

Kaenon Ladera Ultra Polarized Sunglasses
Kaenon Ladera Ultra Polarized Sunglasses
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Ladera Ultra Polarized Sunglasses by Kaenon
Designed after mid-century architecture in Southern California, the Ladera Ultra Polarized Sunglasses offer a timeless style and premium materials to last a lifetime. Kaenon's SR-91 polarized lenses offer extreme clarity and protection, while a TR-90 frame ensures they stay light on your face.

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